Receive a conditional offer before HSC exams begin and benefit from a $5000 scholarship in your first year!
Campion’s Early Offer scheme is open to current school leavers (Year 12 students) who are in the process of completing their formal studies at a secondary school and will receive an ATAR, OP or IB score. This provides the opportunity for successful applicants to receive a conditional offer, providing confidence and reassurance to remove the pressure of final examinations and results. Plus, when you accept your letter of offer and enrol by Thursday 15 October 2020, you’ll receive a $5000 Early Enrolment Scholarship for your first year!
Benefits of Early Offer
Sit your final exams with added confidence knowing your place at Campion is already secured.
From the moment you accept your offer, you’ll be part of the Campion family. You will have the full support of our staff as you enrol, apply for scholarships and transition to college life.
$5000 scholarship for your first year
Accept your letter of offer and enrol by 15 October 2020 to receive our $5000 Early Enrolment Scholarship and ease the financial pressure of studying in your first year.
The earlier you apply, the earlier you can receive your letter of offer! Applicants will receive an outcome within 10 working days.
The last day to submit your application form
We recommend preparing your application well in advance so you have time to prepare the necessary documents and school recommendation.
The last day to be eligible for our $5000 Early Enrolment Scholarships
All applicants are given a two month time frame to accept their letter of offer by completing the enrolment form. Enrol by 15 October 2020 to automatically receive our $5000 Early Enrolment Scholarship in your first year.
Early Offer Process
Step 1: Prepare your academic results
You will need to provide certified copies of your academic results (see below for more information).
All applicants need to provide:
- Year 11 Mid Year Results
- Year 11 Final Results
If available, please also provide:
- Year 12 Mid Year Results
- Year 12 Trial Results
What is a Certified Document?
These are copies of official documents, which authorised officers have verified as true copies of the original.
Who can certify a document?
Only authorised officers can certify documents. These include:
- Justice of the Peace (JP)
- Australia Post Office personnel
- Barrister or solicitor
- Member of the clergy
- Full-time primary, secondary or tertiary teacher
- Registered medical practitioner
How should an authorised officer certify a document?
Before certifying a document, the authorised officer must ensure that each page being certified is an identical copy of the original.
The authorised officer Certification must include the following statement:
I certify that this is a true copy of the document produced to me on (date)
Qualification (e.g. JP, Pharmacist)
Step 2: Obtain a recommendation from your school
Click on the link below to download the school recommendation form. This should be completed by a teacher, year coordinator or principal.
Step 3: Prepare a written statement
The purpose of the written statement is to assess your academic writing ability. You may choose between two tasks, each 1000 words in length.
The two options are:
A reflective task that outlines your reasons for seeking a place at Campion College, reflecting upon educational, work and/or other experiences;
An analytical task that may be any piece of written work that you believe demonstrates your written and analytical skills, with the ability to construct an argument. This may be an essay or other piece of work that you have previously submitted for another purpose.
Step 4: Submit your application
Complete the application form, uploading:
- Academic results
- School recommendation
- Written statement
Step 5: Interview
The interview provides an opportunity for Campion College to assess your:
- Knowledge of, and interest, in the Liberal Arts;
- Understanding of course expectations;
- Commitment to study;
- Reading interests;
- Commitment to College life.
It also gives you an opportunity to seek more information about the course and student life at the College.
All interviews are conducted by a member of the Academic Staff. They usually take about fifteen minutes and are relaxed and casual in nature.
Interviews are conducted face-to-face, over the phone or via Skype.
Step 6: Receive your offer!
Congratulations! Your letter of offer will be sent to you by email.
Step 7: Enrol
To accept your letter of offer, you must complete the enrolment form.
If you accept your offer by enrolling before 5pm on Thursday 15 October 2020, you will be eligible for our $5000 Early Offer Scholarship!
After enrolling, you are also able to apply for on-campus accommodation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. If I am applying for Early Offer, do I still need to receive an ATAR/OP/IB score?
If an applicant receives a Letter of Offer to be admitted to Campion College via the Early Offer Scheme, such an offer is conditional upon the applicant meeting the minimum admissible ATAR/OP/IB score upon completion their secondary education.
This means that if you receive a Letter of Offer via the Early Offer Scheme and enrol at Campion College before receiving your ATAR/OP/IB score, you will need to provide your results in order to confirm your enrolment.
Q. What are the minimum ATAR/OP/IB scores required for admission?
- ATAR: 70
- OP: 14
- IB: Equivalent to 70 ATAR (Based on ACTAC annual recommendations)
Q. What happens if I receive an offer and enrol via the Early Offer Scheme, and subsequently receive an ATAR/OP/IB score that is below Campion College’s minimum requirement?
If you receive an admission rank that is below Campion College’s minimum requirement (as listed above), you can:
- apply for the Educational Access Scheme (EAS); or
- re-enrol via Provisional Enrolment.
Q. I have received an offer and enrolled via the Early Acceptance Scheme, what should I do when I get my results?
- Email an electronic copy of your ATAR/OP/IB score to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as it is released; and
- Provide a certified hard copy either in person or by post as soon as possible. Further information about certifying documents can be found above under ‘Step 1: Prepare your academic results’.